Math Centers 101 Estimation Jar Ideas

101 Estimation Jar Ideas

Estimation jars are a fun and easy way to practice math skills. I’ve been teaching my son this skill in the grocery store. He’s been using a calculator or a pen and paper and adding up our grocery bill as we walk through the store. I round up to the nearest dollar as I go […]

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5 Minute Bible Study for Kids

The summer is flying by and I’ve been starting to plan for our upcoming school year. I just created a 5-Minute Bible Study plan and worksheet to use in our homeschool this year that I wanted to share. This year I want to stop intending to study the bible more with my kids and actually […]

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4th of July Literacy

4th of July Alphabet Matching   I love letter matching cards! There are so many ways to use them. My daughter and I have been playing with this set of letter matching cards I made up for the 4th of July.  The download includes four sets of the alphabet, two in black and white and […]

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8 Ways to Help your Struggling Writer

Even if your child loves to write they will probably still struggle with it at some point. Writing is hard work! My son struggles with spelling and perfectionism and sometimes it just feels impossible for him to get his thoughts out. I want him to get his ideas out of his head and enjoy the […]

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12 Ways to Use Less Paper In Your Homeschool

No matter what system you use to organize your homeschool there is always… The Dreaded Paper Problem. Paper is one of those things that every parent knows has to have a place to go. Daily our kids produce worksheets, writing assignments, spelling practice…  It piles up and leaves you with a big mess to sort […]

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